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1 I think Von Morstein would agree with the distinction I am drawing here, although she says at one point (185) . But it requires a work of art, minimally as an individual referent under the concept ‘art’.
1 I think Von Morstein would agree with the distinction I am drawing here, although she says at one point (185) that a beholder's understanding, too, is immediate understanding of an intensional universal. But it requires a work of art, minimally as an individual referent under the concept ‘art.I am not quite sure that I understand this remark
Aesthetics - Aesthetics - The work of art: As the above discussion illustrates, it is impossible to advance far into the theory of aesthetic experience without encountering the specific problems posed by the experience of art. Whether or not we think of art as the central or defining example of the aesthetic object, there is no doubt that it provides the most distinctive illustration both of the elusive nature and the importance of aesthetic interest.
Contemporary philosophy is the present period in the history of Western philosophy beginning at the early 20th century with the increasing professionalization of the discipline and the rise of analytic and continental philosophy. The phrase "contemporary philosophy" is a piece of technical terminology in philosophy that refers to a specific period in the history of Western philosophy (namely the philosophy of the 20th and 21st centuries).
Defining analytic philosophy in terms of problems it studies seems also untenable, for the same problems are studied in other philosophical traditions. Appeals to schools or genetic relations are also problematic. For example, Bolzano anticipated the ideas of Frege, Carnap, Tarski and Quine 3 Stroll 2000, p. 246 4 See Grafton 2004, p. 318 5 Føllesdal 1993, pp. 3–7. Føllesdal thinks that analytic philosophy is best understood an approach ‘very strongly concerned with argument and justification’ (ibid
Indeed, while aesthetics studies the criteria of beauty through a theory of judgment or the feeling of pleasure, there are those who attach a special and metaphysics meaning to the philosophy of art, following the romantic interpretation emerged with Schleiermacher, the brothers Schlegel, Schelling, Hegel.
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This standpoint in philosophy is called realism. Modern disciplines give support to the realist standpoint like artificial intelligence which has rediscovered and use metaphysical terms already discovered by plato and Aristotle as well as evolutionary psychology, which states that abstract intuitions are universal in and specific of our specie, and evolved for communication and social collaboration.